Kenyans raving mad after Vera Sidika lied about butt surgery only to release a new song

Kenyans were an angry lot today after it emerged that socialite Vera Sidika lied to them about a restoration butt surgery only release a new song.

Vera had two days ago using her official social media channels said her butt enlargement had gone wrong and underwent a dangerous surgery to restore it explaining her flat behind.

Earlier she had released pictures of herself with a flat behind causing near hysteria among her fans.

Her sorrowful statement led to an outpouring of emotions as her fans sent her consoling messages but they now feel abused after it emerged it was all lies in a staged clout chasing move to allow her release a song.

Sidika has released a music video days after telling her followers that she had undergone surgery to remove butt implants

The mother of one, who has been the talk of town this week, had promised to share the ‘second part’ of her supposed Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) reversal on Friday evening but she instead released a song, teasing that no one saw it coming.

In the video, Vera raps about how she is still relevant in the industry and is making money through her ventures.

This, however, did not go down well with some of her followers who castigated her for using a sensitive topic to chase clout.

“Where do you draw the line on clout chasing? This was a sensitive topic on women in general and being self-conscious with their image that turns out fatal sometimes.  This is not acceptable! Other countries put up with this BS but Kenya must NEVER be one of them PERIOD! #CancelVeraSidika,” the comment read.

This did not deter Vera’s husband Brown Mauzo, who was certainly part of this gimmick, as he went ahead to label her the biggest female artiste.

Vera’s latest stunt is not new in entertainment circles as a number of celebrities have put it to good use to boost their numbers.

A good example is singer Bahati who had been off social media since the elections. He went ahead to delete all his posts on Instagram and recently called on his fans to tune in to his YouTube channel where he was set to ‘address the nation.’

After keeping his followers waiting for over an hour, Bahati dropped a new hit ‘Mambo ya Mhesh’ which already has over 541k views.

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